I know I still haven’t gotten to many of the titles
requested the last time around. I’ll explain it all
below.

The complete list of everything that I plan to review
(or get others to review) is available here
for as long as my University of Albert account holds
up. (Dave will help me find a new home for it as
soon as I get him a public PGP key, but I digress.)
As you can see, many requested reviews haven’t been
done yet. Lately, I’ve been working 60 hour weeks,
so it’s hard to put together enough time to watch an
entire movie. I can, however, find 15 minutes here
and there to watch a couple of short films, so that’s
probably all I’ll manage to review through June. So,
I’m giving you a chance to select which short films
you want to see reviewed next. The options are:

Title Current Votes (when this
article posted)
Status
Wallace and Gromit 2 Need
to rewatch all three shorts.
Superman: Diamond Anniversary Collection (the
old Fleischer cartoons from the
1940s)
1 Need to watch all 17
shorts
Walt Disney Treasures: Walt’s
Tomorrowland
1 Shipped from Amazon.ca
today.
Walt Disney Treasures: Behind The Scenes of
the Disney Studio
0 Need to
watch
Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological
Donald: Vol. 1
0 Need to watch almost
all of them
Walt Disney Treasures: Davy
Crockett
0 Shipping from eBay
retailer soon
Walt Disney Treasures: Disneyland
USA
0 Shipping from eBay retailer
soon
Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Living
Colour Vol. 1
0 Need to watch almost
all of them
Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Living
Colour Vol. 2
0 Need to watch almost
all of them
Walt Disney Treasures: On The Front
Lines
0 Shipping from Amazon.ca
today
Walt Disney Treasures: Silly Symphonies 0 Unwatched

I’ll check back before I start watching the next
batch to see what’s ahead in the voting.
Disneyland USA, Tomorrowland USA,
and Behind the Scenes in the Disney Studio
may not be a good fit for Bureau 42, and could likely
require the final creation of the documentary
category. The Davy Crockett set is almost
certainly not Bureau 42 material. The animated
collections all qualify as fantasy, so they’re fair
game.